Biology students in Wayne Community College’s Honors Program will hold a free science event for elementary school students.
“Science Night” is scheduled for 6:30–7:30 p.m. on Nov. 14. It will be held on the College’s main campus in Goldsboro.
Children are invited to come create soap-powered boats, see their own DNA, learn how ketchup can make pennies shiny, and figure out what dissolves gum. These activities are designed for children in grades three through five, but all ages are welcome.
Space is limited to 60 participants who must be accompanied by their parents.
BioNetwork provided the event’s materials as part of its STEM outreach program.
WCC encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing accommodations or have questions about access, contact the Accessibility Counselor at (919) 739-6729.
BioNetwork, an initiative of the North Carolina Community College System, provides high-quality economic and workforce development for the biotechnology and life science industries across North Carolina through education, training, and laboratory resources.